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Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho)

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One of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok features the famous Reclining Buddha, which is the largest in Thailand measuring more than 150 feet in length.
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Hours Today: 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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2 Sanamchai Road. | Grand Palace, Pranakorn, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Banglamphu
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+66 2 226 0335
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The size of this reclining buddha is unbelievable. Very ornate and the size makes it hard to take a good horizontal photo. You have to put on booties to cover your shoes when you go it. It is definitely worth seeing.

Thank Zotmeister
Reviewed yesterday

Excellent visit. Beyond my expectations. The temple is an amazing place to visit. Well taken care and clean. Love the respect shown and expected!!!!

Thank leofalcon
Reviewed yesterday

Be ready to have your selfie stick because everyone needs a chance to take photos. Grounds were clean and employees were doing their job passing out water.

Thank Carolina G
Reviewed yesterday

You will find calm when you enter the temple. You feel so small in front of the Reclining Buddha, which is a reality. A good reminder to stay humble and useful to the society, not only through economically but rather through humanity. Man is born...More

Thank Patrick_Loh
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There are lots of temples and Buddha's to see whilst in Thailand - this is defiantly a different one!

Thank Annetta B
Reviewed yesterday

good to walk around at your own pace a not being rushed by the tour companies,lots to see and to photo.some snack and soft drink bars located inside

Thank patongbay2016
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Wat Pho stays open until 6pm which is good as many of the city temples close at 5pm. Ladies must cover their arms and legs to enter Wat Pho.

Thank roryjdoyle
Reviewed 2 days ago

Giant sleeping Buddha is unimaginable! Colorful culture building and stories can be study at the temple. Entrance fee 100B per person.

Thank Na N
Reviewed 2 days ago

Fantastic tour the guide was very knowledgeable and made the experience very pleasurable. There are so many temples to see in Bangkok this one is a must see.

Thank krarnold84
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Reclining Buddha is huge. For tourists its an must visit attraction just because of the size of the golden statue. Also it is walking distance from the Granad Palace so you can club the two together. Entry to the temple costs 100 Baht per...More

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elaine m
June 10, 2018|
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Response from Gaurs123 | Reviewed this property |
First of all, have a wonderful trip. Yes u can visit both on the same day. Start early. You can buy the tickets there. We hired the guide we found there. His name was TONY and he was good. He managed the tickets for... More
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Response from scrapally | Reviewed this property |
While the grounds are somewhat wheelchair friendly, the temples themselves are not. All temples are entered by stepping over a threshold and it is poor etiquette to step on the threshold. So even if one could get up to the... More
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Response from CarmelS166 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we stayed at Eastin Makkasan hotel close to MBK shopping centre. I have a number for the cab driver we used for our daily tours, he was such a nice person and really helpful, Leo +66 94 259 0075 , you can whatsapp call... More
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